Greene King

Mild concerns allayed: Greene King confirmed its XX Mild ale has not been removed from its permanent brewing portfolio

GK says popular ale has not been dropped

By Emily Hawkins

Brewer and operator Greene King (GK) has confirmed that a popular beer has not been ditched from its brewing rotation despite its sale to an international property firm.

Summer announcement: the deal was revealed in August this year (image: Sludge G, Flickr)

Greene King deal completed

By Nikkie Thatcher

The £2.7bn deal for Greene King to be taken on by Hong Kong company CK Bidco has now been completed with the pubco’s share listing now cancelled on the London Stock Exchange, The Morning Advertiser’s sister title MCA has reported.

Approved: Greene King shareholders back CKA takeover

Greene King deal approved

By Nicholas Robinson

The £2.7bn deal for Hong Kong firm CK Asset (CKA) to take over Greene King’s almost 3,000 pubs portfolio has been approved by the pubco and brewer’s shareholders.

Analysis: what does the Greene King deal mean for pubs?

Spotlight

Britain’s latest export – the pub?

By Nicholas Robinson

This year has been one of the biggest years for pub trade mergers and acquisitions in recent times, leading many to question what the future has in store for the humble British pub and the pubcos behind them.

Career opportunity: Greene King pushes apprenticeships

Greene King bangs sector apprenticeships drum

By Nicholas Robinson

Greene King, which is in the throes of a sale to a Hong Kong firm, is urging recent secondary school graduates to consider pursuing an apprenticeship in the hospitality trade.

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